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Since the introduction of the euro as an accounting currency on the first day of 1999, the Euro exchange rate has (as expected with any currency) been in a perennial state of flux.  After a drop in value relative to other major currencies in the first year of the currency’s life, many Euro-skeptics felt thatMore…

Lately, there has been confusion over the state of the euro, due to the current financial crisis in Greece. As the country is in heavy debt and in need of a bail out, all the countries tied to the euro are in danger from the collapse as well. These countries include Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland,More…

Lately, there has been confusion over the state of the euro due to the current financial crisis in Greece. As the country is in heavy debt and in need of a bail out, all the countries tied to the euro are in danger from the collapse as well. These countries include Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland,More…